Government has announced that it has opened an Account with ZANACO where members of the public can contribute towards the construction of an Interdenominational church to be known as the House of Prayer for all Nations Tabernacle.
In a statement, Secretary to the Cabinet Dr Ronald Msiska said in Lusaka that the Account will be domiciled in Lusaka and that those willing to contribute towards the construction of the Tabernacle can deposit the money in Account Number 1996712300387.
Dr Msiska said the opening of the Account follows the laying of the Foundation Stone and Groundbreaking Ceremony of the House of Prayer for All Nations Tabernacle by President Edgar Lungu.
He has since appealed to the public, the private sector and other stakeholders to support Government in constructing the Interdenominational Tabernacle by contributing towards the cause.
Dr Msiska said the construction of the Interdenominational Tabernacle reaffirms Government’s commitment to upholding the declaration of Zambia as a Christian Nation as enshrined in the Republican Constitution.
House of Prayer for all Nations Tabernacle will be situated in the Woodlands Forest Reserve land along Burma Road in Lusaka.